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Re: Bug#132885: ITP: mcs -- C# compiler

On Fri, Feb 08, 2002 at 05:33:29PM +0000, Rob Bradford wrote:
> On Fri, 2002-02-08 at 16:54, Paul Hampson wrote:
> > C++++, isn't it?

Funny, I saw the # as two +'s rather than four.  Hmm..

> > In the UK, does it come out with a 'pound sterling' symbol?
> > Then it'd be the UK's own version of M$...
> No # is hash and £ is pound. But americans call # pound.

Does that mean that USAns call "hash-bang" "pound exclamation (mark|point)"?

Either way, as others have said, this # is pronounced "sharp" as in the
musical term.  And I love the Bx (double sharp) idea.

My two pence,

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